Hotels in Logronyo
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Mercure Carlton Rioja
Logronyo 75 yd from city centre
From the airport: (Vitoria) Take the NI towrads Miranda de Ebro,then take the A68 towards Logroño, and then towards the...
Marques de Vallejo
Logronyo 380 yd from city centre
Property Location With a stay at Marqués de Vallejo in Logrono, you'll be minutes from Concatedral Santa Maria de La Redonda...
Los Bracos By Silken
Logronyo 526 yd from city centre
The preferred airport for Husa Bracos is Vitoria (VIT) - 51.8 km / 32.2 mi. Distances are calculated in a straight line from...
Logronyo 575 yd from city centre
The hotel is located in a privileged location in the historic heart of Logroño. Guests can enjoy all the culture, entertainment...
Nh Logroño Herencia Rioja
Logronyo 804 yd from city centre
By car N232 Zaragoza-Logroño. In the center of the city, by reference to the Gran Via, near C / Laurel
Hostal Rioja Condestable
Logronyo 122 yd from city centre
Ideally located in the LogroÃ±o City Centre district of LogroÃ±o, Hostal Rioja Condestable is set 600 metres from Laurel...
Logronyo 189 yd from city centre
Hotel Residencia Isasa is located in central LogroÃ±o, 7 minutesâ€™ walk from the famous Laurel Street. Situated on...
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A centre of history right in the heart of Rioja winemaking country, Logronyo is the perfect holiday destination. The streets are awash with pretty winding alleyways and hidden gems to explore on foot, with plenty of excellent pintxos bars offering up local tapas delicacies. Take your time to explore this alluring city and its regional treats before heading for the beautiful surrounding countryside for hikes.
There are plenty of affordable accommodation options in Logronyo, both in the old town and on the riverside.
Neighbourhoods of Logronyo
You can discover a number of neighbourhoods in Logronyo:
- Centro: This is the beating heart of the city, home to excellent modern hotels, restaurants and shopping districts. You'll find eye-catching landmarks like Fuente del Vino (a fountain of wine) during the wine festival season here.
- Casco Antiguo: The city’s old town is a charming neighbourhood of winding alleyways and narrow streets. You’ll find the oldest buildings in this area, including the historic San Bartolomé church which dates back to the 13th century.
- Oeste: The city’s western district is a quiet place to stay. You’ll find a number of peaceful parks here and characterful cafes.
- El Campillo: North of the River Ebro, this residential area consists of modern accommodation options and fine wine bodegas for tastings and tours.
What to see and do in Logronyo
Logronyo has a number of fine attractions and activities. The city is home to two delightful historic churches, the Iglesia de San Bartolomé and Catedral de Santa María de la Redonda. For a crash course in Riojan history, head to the excellent Museu de la Rioja, home to some very alluring Celtiberian carvings from the 5th century. The Cubo del Revellín and the city's old fortified walls are also star attractions, dating back to the 16th century when the city was a Castilian stronghold. There are also plenty of parks and open spaces to visit, including Paseo de La Florida, Parque del Espolón and Parque de la Isla. In fact, you can also reach many more awe-inspiring natural sites like Sierra de Cebollera Natural Park on day trips.
What to eat in Logronyo
Logronyo is famous for its pintxos (tapas) bars. You'll find many of these bars on the historic street, Calle Laurel, in downtown Logronyo. Stand out dishes include setas (wild mushrooms), chistorra (chorizo with paprika), hongos a la plancha (fried mushrooms), rabas (fried squid rings), brocheta de gambas (grilled shrimps on bread) and morro de ternera (veal snout), among many others. North of town, you can visit wineries like Bodegas Franco Españolas or Bodega Viña Ijalba to sample the best regional wines.
Typical events and festivals in Logronyo
Logronyos hosts a number of excellent festivals and celebrations. In June, the city celebrates the Festividad de San Bernabé in tribute to its patron saint. Expect processions, parties and plenty of food and drink. Another key event here is the Festividad de San Mateo, a wine harvest festival in September with city-wide celebrations. There are also traditional Carnival festivities in February, as well as other religious celebrations.
How to move around in Logronyo
Logronyo has a good network of buses which transport visitors and residents throughout the city and surrounding areas. The city's railway station has links to nearby Bilbao. The city centre itself is highly walkable, with cars necessary only to reach areas outside of the city.
The climate in Logronyo
Logronyo has a humid continential climate with hot summers and cold winters. You can expect highs of 30°C in summer. Rain falls evenly throughout the year but is rarely heavy.
More interesting facts about and sights in Logronyo
Logronyo is on the pilgrimage route of the Camino de Santiago (the way of St. James), a large network which culminates at the tomb of St. James in Santiago de Compostela in northwest Spain. The next town on the pilgrimage from Logronyo is Navarrete. As such, you’ll find plenty of excellent hiking trails in the vicinity.